Barack Obama White House Has Known For Months Obamacare Implementation Was Impossible … Most Transparent Presidency Ever!!!
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most least transparent presidency ever … The Obama White House has known for months that the Obamacare implementation would not work.
THEY LIED AND MISLEAD!!! As reported at the National Journal, the Obama White House has known for months that the implementation of Obamacare would not work. They knew it and they covered it up. They knew it and tried to con the NFL into being their useful idiot propaganda tool to promote Obamacare. Thankfully, wiser heads prevailed and the NFL said no. It was just last week that the Obama administration delayed the implementation of the employer mandate until 2015. Then we were told that the individuals would not have to verify whether they are eligible for Obamacare. Now we are learning that there are probably more aspects of Obamacare that are not ready for prime time than are. What a shock that this disaster known as Obamacare was impossible to compliment. Who saw that coming, besides any common sense thinking individual?
So let’s get this straight. Obamacare has been the single most important piece of legislation since Barack Obama as been President and they have wasted 4+ years to implement, rather than concentrate on jobs and getting America back to work, and in the end it can’t be implemented? Obama and Democrats rammed this down the throats of Americans and have caused many Americans to lose their jobs, lose their insurance, lose their full time employment and have their rates go up dramatically. WHAT A JOKE. BUT THEN AGAIN, SO IS OBAMA.
If you’ve been reading all the Obamacare stories lately, you might get the impression that the administration has just realized it will not be able to implement the massive health reform as designed.
It has known for months.
As far back as March, a top IT official at the Department of Health and Human Services said the department’s current ambition for the law’s new online insurance marketplaces was that they not be “a Third-World experience.” Several provisions had already been abandoned in an effort to simplify the administration’s task and maximize the chances that the new systems would be ready to go live in October, when customers are supposed to start signing up for insurance.
In April, several consultants focusing on the new online marketplaces, known as exchanges, told National Journal that the idealized, seamless user experience initially envisioned under the Affordable Care Act was no longer possible, as the administration axed non-essential provisions that were too complex to implement in time. (Read the story for some examples and commentary.) That focus has intensified lately, as officials announced that they would not be requiring employers to cover their workers next year or states to verify residents’ incomes before signing them up for insurance.
From Hot Air, “Remember the impossibly-complicated flow charts produced by ObamaCare opponents to demonstrate the folly of the ACA? At the time, proponents of the bill insisted that those were just scare tactics designed to irrationally frighten voters from the benefits of change. Now, though, it’s the ACA’s supporters producing similar flow charts to demonstrate why they can’t meet their deadline.”
Jammie Wearing Fool reminds us that it was just last week when Obama’s slobbering media sycophants told us what a brilliant political move this was?